>> and still be able to, you know, do something incredible. >> you have two kids, all of us who have children know that feeling of fighting, wanting the very best for your children. how much your own motherhood did you bring to the role? >> well, i think once you're a mom, there's little secret things that you know, like you know how -- you know that in your pocket you'll find like a bag of cheerios or things like. >> always. >> little secrets that you just wouldn't know otherwise, so those kind of things go in, and i'm sure all of those things are in there, and also, yeah, this kind of way that you can fight for something that i think you just otherwise wouldn't have known and also like a whole spectrum of feelings that i just didn't have until i had my girls, you know. >> in fact, your character says, you hear about those moms who lift one-ton trucks off their babies, they are nothing compared to me. >> yeah. the woman i play in the movie is almost like a child herself, you know. she's like a kid who, like, she's unstoppable in the way that a child, is you know.